Meet Kemp Mosley
Kemp Mosley focuses his practice on estate and trust planning, administration, and litigation. He is a frequent writer and publisher on estate and fiduciary litigation issues, and is an active member of the North Carolina Bar Association. Kemp serves as a Legislative Committee member of the Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section, and on the Will Modification subcommittee.
Kemp is an avid outdoorsman and sports fan (Hotty Toddy!). He enjoys spending as much time as possible with his wife, who happens to be his high school sweetheart, and their two young children.
“Swapping Roles: Estate Management for the Aged Parent”
CLE Presentation: Presented on 5/31/14 in Smithfield, NC
“The Elective Share and Spousal Year’s Allowance: How Much is Just Enough?”
CLE Presentation & Manuscript. Presented on 7/20/2015 at the National Business Institute’s Probate Boot Camp, in Raleigh, NC
“Estate & Fiduciary Litigation”
CLE Presentation and Manuscript. Presented on 7/20/2015 at the National Business Institute’s Probate Boot Camp, in Raleigh, NC
“Real Estate Matters in Estate Planning and Probate Law”
CLE Presentation. Presented on 9/23/2015 at the North Carolina Bar Association’s Estate Planning & Probate Survey Course, in Cary, NC
“Love Me Just Enough: Marital Rights After Death”
CLE Presentation and Manuscript. Presented to the North Carolina Bar Association – Paralegal Division, on 3/9/16, in Cary, NC
“Having Your Cake and Eating It, Too: Private Foundations, Community Foundations, and Tax Strategies for Charitable Giving”
CLE Presentation and Manuscript. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Bar Association – Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section, on July 22, 2016, in Asheville, NC
"Addressing Financial Abuse of the Elderly: Estate and Fiduciary Litigation"
CLE Presentation and Manuscript, with James W. Narron; Presented on 2/27/2017 at the 21st Annual Elder & Special Needs Law Symposium, in Pinehurst, NC. Download
"Why We Love Private Foundations"
Panel CLE Presentation and Manuscript; Presented on 7/20/2017 at the 38th Annual Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Section Annual Meeting, in Kiawah Island, SC.
"The Will and the Way Article - Ethics of the Fee Petition: Exchanging Privilege for Payment"
August 2017. Download
2018 North Carolina Legislative Updates
CLE Presentation and Manuscript; Presented on 7/26/2018 at the 39th Annual Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Section Annual Meeting, in Kiawah Island, SC.
Wake Forest University School of Law (J.D. 2011; CALI Excellence for the Future Award Recipient for Policy of Taxation and Litigation Clinic)
North Carolina United States District Court
Eastern District of N.C.
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
Wake Forest University School of Law, Rose Council Member
North Carolina Bar Association
Council Member: North Carolina Bar Association – Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section (3 year terms: 2017-19, 2021-23)
NCBA Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Section – Legislative Committee (Vice Chair 2018-19); Chair2020-21)
Project Grace Subcommittee, Young Lawyers’ Division
Leadership Johnston, Smithfield-Selma Chamber of Commerce (2012-2013)
Wills for the Military, Volunteer Attorney
Wills for Heroes, Volunteer Attorney
North Carolina Bar Association: 4All Statewide Service Volunteer Day (2017, 2018)
Johnston County Bar Association Ask a Lawyer Day, Volunteer Attorney (2012, 2013)
Member of North Raleigh United Methodist Church
United Methodist Men’s Board Member: 2020, 2021
Endowment Committee Member
Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America
Rated by Super Lawyers, on its North Carolina Rising Stars List (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
Included in Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite list (Litigation: 2021)